Published 1987

Topics
signal processing, analog systems, digital systems, feedback, discrete-time signals, continuous-time signals, modulation, fourier transformation

Alan V. Oppenheim

Signals and Systems was developed in 1987 as a distance-education course for engineers. An introduction to analog and digital signal processing, including discrete- and continuous-time signals, linear time-invariant systems, feedback, and data processing.

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Signals and Systems was developed in 1987 as a distance-education course for engineers. An introduction to analog and digital signal processing, including discrete- and continuous-time signals, linear time-invariant systems, feedback, and data processing.

Visit the course on MIT OpenCourseWare!

http://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-007-signals-and-systems-spring-2011/

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Language English

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66.4M

Lecture 1, Introduction
113.6M

Lecture 4, Convolution
91.3M

Lecture 12, Filtering
100.6M

Lecture 16, Sampling
114.0M

Lecture 17, Interpolation
112.5M

Lecture 22, The z-Transform
97.5M

Lecture 25, Feedback
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Lecture 1, Introduction
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Lecture 4, Convolution
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Lecture 12, Filtering
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Lecture 16, Sampling
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Lecture 17, Interpolation
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Lecture 22, The z-Transform
191.9M

Lecture 25, Feedback
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